For the past 13 years Jason Crossman has been creating award winning content for clients, customers, artists and networks across the globe. His creativity and leadership have enabled him to develop visually stunning films and videos for CMT, GAC, FOX, E!, and Cinemax, pilots for MTV, Food Network, and HGTV and commercials and music videos for artists: Jake Owen, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum and Trace Adkins and for Polaris, Evamor Water, Kit Kat and many more.
Jason’s knowledge of story telling and his ability to promote strong partnerships with clients and colleagues enabled Legacy Learning Systems to create over 100 award winning instructional videos that generates millions of dollars in revenue ever year. His development of a fully integrated midi to video capturing system helped Legacy create an interactive product unparalleled in the marketplace.
The Learning Dock hired Jason to develop their online and DVD video training systems and through his initiative the company created, Teach Me Bass Guitar. The program went on to win numerous awards for excellence and a consistently raving five star rating from users across the internet. The program featured a never before scene Interactive Midi fret board and looping function for their DVD course. Jason’s worked increased the EBITA of the Learning Dock and brought a number of offers to buy the company.
Robin Shea, host of PBS’s well received show, Southern Fried Fitness, brought Crossman on board to help them transition the show to another network. Because of his understanding of product priorities and his knowledge of her audience he was able to aid in the re-brand and repackaging of SFF and to generate a new pilot which was then was picked up by the Paula Dean network where it lives today.
In addition Jason is proud to have worked to edit Clay Walker's number-one music video, Fall, for Curb Records and shot and directed Ruben Studdard's EPK for Sony covering his song, Together. Along with Studdard's EPK came promo pieces for Lady Antebellum's Album, We Own the Night, Miranda Lambert's Four the Record, Jake Owen's, Endless Summer EP, Exile's remake of Kiss You All Over, with Trace Adkins, Love and Theft’s, Amen, and Ashton Shepard’s, Where Country Grows. He is happy to have worked with Travis TV to create Jake Owens, On the Lake, Exile’s, Hit Exchange, with Trace Adkins, and an hour long special for Ashton Shepard. He also worked with director David McClister to create the documentary, Ryan Adam's Heartbreaker Tour.
Jason is currently living in Los Angles, working as a freelance director, and is teaching at the New York Film Academy where he services their AFA, BFA and Master’s programs. His ability to lead, create, execute and win, repeating the success time and again, makes Jason an excellent candidate for any company looking to innovate, grow, and to consistently create award winning content.